The next generation of ad layout software is here
The ultimate cost-effective, easy to use ad dummying / layout and issue management software for newspapers and magazines.
Here's how AdForceX can benefit your team.
Unified solution for both display and classified ads
AdforceX now offers an optional module that supports import and auto-flow of classified ads, with controls over classifications, placements, headers and flow order — offering one combined solution for display and classified within the same issue file.
Flowed classifieds — Wireframe view (left) and Image view (right)
The SmartFlow module consists of four essential components: the new Classifications Manager, a Flow Options Editor, an Object Styles Editor and the actual click and drag options that implement SmartFlow in an issue — either continuously, restrictively or using drag regions called AreaFlow.
Used at more publications worldwide than any other ad layout / ad dummying solution
Easy transition for existing Page Director ALS, ALS for Magazines and AdForce users.
Our customers have relied on our ad layout solutions, day in and day out, for years. To make sure it’s easy to transition to AdforceX, we built an intelligent import process that brings in your ALS, ALS-M or AdForce preferences. This ensures that your configurations and import setups that align with your front-end data will work with AdforceX right from the start.
Tried and true features
AdforceX has all the key capabilities our customers have come to expect from our ad layout solutions
AdWorks is the only advertising management system that has been built with a complete integration with AdForceX.
Beautiful workflow from ad sales to ad dummying.
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System Requirements for AdforceX 3.5
- Macintosh computer with Intel processor for macOS 10.14 Mojave, 10.15 Catalina, 11 Big Sur and 12 Monterey. Supports either Intel or ARM processor for Big Sur and Monterey.
4 GB RAM.
- AdforceX layouts can be opened InDesign using our AdImport Plug-in for CC 2019, 2020, 2021 or 2022 on Mac or Windows.